Cohen Waterpark in El Paso, TX
With the body in motion in the context of water in motion, this installation connects with themes of daring, adventure and challenge celebrating activities in the Cohen Waterpark which includes (among other activities) a waterslide and a climbing wall.
The three wind vanes move with the direction of the wind and connect to the kinecticism of the park's users.
The artwork functions as a gathering place on the plaza overlooking the rapids at the Poudre River Whitewater Park in Fort Collins, CO. The forms evoke the aerating motion of water over rapids which generates whitewater .
View of the installation from across the Poudre River.
View looking up from inside the installation.
Tree of Spades
West Texas Food Bank Innovation Garden
Three elements that resemble shovels form the vertical basis for the artwork – they take on plant attributes, twisting and sprouting leaves. These plant characteristics create a sense of growth rising upward in the piece. At the top of the installation is a wind vane. This vane demonstrates a connection to the immediate environment as it reflect